Lolland-Falster is one big island nation, with distinct cities, a cozy atmosphere, and smaller but none the less unique experiences waiting all year around. Along the northern coastline of Lolland you will find the even smaller islands; Askø - Lilleø, Femø, Fejø, accessibly by ferry from Kragenæs and Bandholm. Are you on the other hand looking for an exotic island resort, Vejrø is worth a visit! Nature experiences at Lolland-Falster are plenty, and the Nature Parks Nakskov Fjord and Maribo are well known for is yearlong beauty. Arrange a guided tour with some of the many nature park guides, and get insight into everything from wildlife and historical monuments to cycling and hiking routes of the landscape. Also the historic buildings have set their characteristic mark all over Lolland-Falster, where gentlemen and landowners have been founding impressive buildings, such as Fuglsang Manor, Reventlow Museum, Vindeholme and Lungholm Castle, hundreds of years ago.
Even the climate is something special on Lolland-Falster - it's the region's many fruit growers, and therefore they celebrate it every year with the The Appleflower Festival and Sydhavsøernes Fruit Festival.
Lolland-Falster is not only nature and countryside. We have the city of Maribo with its cathedral and several towns, that one and each deserve a visit. Find more inspiration here.
Lolland-Falster are islands in themselves, but in addition we can offer something quiet unique. Several islands societies, that with their own local environment is a treat to visit.